Samsung is reportedly working on the 5G variant of Galaxy Fold, a first smartphone from the company. The new phone will be called the Galaxy W20 and will launch on November 20 in China. Ahead of the launch, the smartphone spotted on certification website TENAA.
Galaxy Fold specifications (expected)
The handset features two display screens: a 4.6-inch display (720 x 1,680 pixels) when folded, you can use when it’s closed, and a much larger 7.3-inch “Infinity Flex” display (2,152 x 1,536 pixels) you can use when you open the device. The device feels like a tablet when opened up. The phone is a bit massive, super tall and much thicker, so it requires both of your hands. The hinge placement is really solid. Samsung has used some kind of magnet which helps the phone to shut magnetically.
Samsung Galaxy Fold comes with the Snapdragon 855SoC chipset paired with an X50 modem and 12GB of RAM. It comes with a 512GB of built-in storage.
The phone equipped with 6 cameras, with 3 on the back, 1 on the front and 2 inside. The phone sports a 10-megapixel camera at the front for selfies which can be used when the phone is closed. The three rear cameras are a 12-megapixel wide-angle camera, a 12-megapixel telephoto camera, and a 16-megapixel ultra-wide camera. It has two front cameras on the inside featuring a 10-megapixel and an 8-megapixel RGB sensor with f/1.9 aperture.
It runs on Android 9 Pie, with Samsung’s OneUI on top. The smartphone is backed up by a two battery cell that adds up to a total of 4,135mAh battery that supports Wireless PowerShare technology.